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THE GREEN YEARS 



Yearbook 
^ 1948 



Published by 
Senior Class 
of 
Westwood High School 



WesfcwocxI Public Ubrary 






TABLE OP CONTENTS 



Dedication. 1 

Administration 2 

Seniors 4 

Superlatives 14 

History 16 

Class Song and School Song 18 

Senior Review 19 

Will 22 

Candids 25 

Prophecy 28 

Candids' 31 

Activities 36 

Student Government 37 

Dram.atics 38 

Journalism 39 

Music 40 

Class Officers 41 

Spanish Club 42 

Sports 43 

Candids 48 

Autographs 51 

Advertisements 53 



Year Book Staff 

Editor Gordon Smith 

Photography Donald Patterson 

Art V/ork . . . , Bill Ross & Lois MacKenney 
Dedication. .Herbert Munroe & Gordon Smith 

Senior Comments . Velma Mitchell 

History Eileen Meade 

Will. '. . . . Fay Roberts & Elaine Bigelow 

Prophecy N. Sturtevant & C. Vaux 

Activities Margaret Lacy 

Sports Paul Weir & Lois MacKenny 

Advertising; Committee . .n. Ashcroft, I. 

Bertelsen, J. Pay, P. Hanlon, C. Jones, 
N. Larcom, N. McLaren, J. Scherer, E, 
Smith, M. Sheehan, D. Johnson. 



--Faculty Advisor-- 
Miss MacQuarrie 



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We, the Class of '48 thank you Miss Keenan for all 
that you have done in making our Senior Year a truly 
successful one; both in studies and socially. V/e will 
always remember and be appreciative for the inspiration 
and patience you have given us. 

Your personal interest in our future educations and 
ambitions has inspired us greatly. We- are grateful for 
the time you have devoted to our class activities and the 
effort you have given to us in our various subjects. 



Again, we thank you for all you have done, and we 
will always remember you not only as a teacher, but as a 
friend. 






Edmund W. Thurston 
Principal 



E. Perley Eaton 
Superintendent 




FACULTY 

Seated: M. MacO.uarrie, M. Keenan, F. Montague, M. Smith, E. Thurston, 
Principal, E. P. Eaton, Superintendent, L. Fay, M. Currier, I. Nelson, 
Standing: J. Chicetti, R. Stevens, W. Hulbert, E. Swanson, P. Uppvall, 
M. O'Neil, A. Baldasarre, C. Sarris, G. Bader 




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Herbert Munroe 
President 

Herbert Munroe: 
"Herby" 



V.'illiam Ross 
"Bill" 



Constance Vaux: 
"Connie" 



Gordon Smith 
"Casanova" 



V^illiam Ross 
Vice President 



Constance Vaux 
Secretary 



Gordon Smith 
Treasurer 



"Herb's going to Northeastern University after gradua- 
tion to study civil engineering. He'll be one of the top 
men of our country someday, best of luck, Herby I 



Favorite Saying: "Huh?" 

Activities: Class President 3,4, Yearbook 



Comm., Prom 
oudent Council, j-,^.^ 

... _, Basketball 1,2,3,4,1 

Treasurer 2. 



iivities: Class President 3,4, Yearbo«o>jrL yj^nun, , rxv^i^ 
Comm., Football 4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Student Council 1,2^ 
4, Vice President, Student Council 3, T^ncv^-t-hnii io^.Aa 
Nahatan News 3,4, Class Treasurer 2. 

Bill intends to continue his schooling v/ith four years at 
college. He hopes to get into a high paying position after 
graduation from college and then get married. Good luck. 
Bill. 

Favorite Saying: "Sv^eet Lorraine" 

Activities: Yearbook Comm., Prom Comm., Football 1,2,3,4, 
Baseball 1,2,4, Nahatan News 4, Vice President of Class 
2,3,4, President of A. A. 4, Treasurer 1, Basketball 1,2, 

Connie v/ants to go to Sargent; she admires athletic peopU 
and has high e.mbition, Connie always does a swell job, and 
we're sure she'll succeed. 

Favorite Saying: "What Say I" 

Activities: Senior Play, Secretary of Class 4, Basketball 2 
3,4, Yearbook Coram., Glee Club 1, 

Gordon is planning to attend Bentley' s v/hich should aid 
him in his desire to own a Nite Club, and do a lot of travel! 
ing. We'd sure like to be able to see v/here and v/hat he'll 
be doing 10 years from today. \Vh?t ever he undertakes we're 
sure he'll be successful, --the best of luck, Gordon. 

Favorite S eying: "How Soon" 

Activities: Prom Comm., Yearbook Editor, Senior Play, Naha-* 

tan News ^,5, Nahatan News Editor 4, Baseball 3,4, Class 

Treasurer 3,4. 



Nancy is seriously thinking of working for a 
few year's. From there she intends to r.arry and 
settle down. Her crystal ball shov/s no s'"gns of a 
man yet, but v/e're sure he'll soon show up. Jood 
Luck, Nan J 



Favorite Saying: "Oh, Joshj 



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Nancy Ashcroft 



"Nan" 



Jack's ambition is to ,-30 to college and to re- 
ceive a good education which will nrepare him for 
any position he might desire. His marks during 
show amazing ability. Oood Luck J 



high school 



Favorite Saying: "Pass the Biscuits" 
Act'vities: Football 3,4, Student Council 2,3,4, 
Paseball Manager 3. 




John Bagley 
"Jack" 



Gloria was one of the musically talented mem- 
bers of our class. She plans to combine shorthand, 
at which she is very good, and singing; what a 
stenographer she will make for some lucky boss. 

Favorite Saying: "Oh G-ee" 

Activities: Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 1,2,3,4, 

Nahatan News 4, Operetta 2,3, Dramatic 

Club 3. 



Three guesses as to what Eunie's ambition is 
joM guessed it.' She v;ishes to be a professional 
trainer of horses. Here's hoping your wishes are 
fulfilled, Eunie. 

Favor:' te Saying: "Hi yo Silver" 
Activities: Senior Play, Jlee Club 3, Spanish 
Club 3, Dramatic Club 2. 




Eunice Bennet 
"Eunie" 



6. 




Irene Pertelsen 
"Peanie" 




Jean Biateck 
"Jean" 




Irene, one of our class brains, wants to make 
a million dollars and then go travelling all over 
the world. She sure is ambitious but then, she 
al.vays was. 

Favorite Saying: "You're cute" 

Activities: French Club 4, 31ee Club 3,4, Yearbook 
Corajnitteo. 



Jean's ambtion is to be a laboratory techni- 
cian in a hospital and to become rich. Jean has had 
very good marks, and we know her ambition will be 
fulfilled. 

Favorite Saying: "Grow Up J" 



Pidgie did wsnt to go to Middlebury but now 
she's not quite sure. It seems someone's been chang- 
ing her mind. The best of luck in whatever you 
undertake, Ridgie.' 

Favorite Saying: "Oh, Thay.'" 

Activities: Spanish Club 3, President of Spanish 

Club 4, French Club 4, Student Council 
3, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Senior Flay, 
Yearbook Committee, 



Elaine 

"Ridgie" 



Pigelow 




Joyce Pothwell 
"Mickey" 



"Number please.'" Mickey is seriously thinking 
of becoming a telephone operator. She's a svi^ell 
sport and loads of fun. Best of everything, Mickey,' 

Favorite Saying: "Quit Your Kidding" 
Activities: Dramatics Club, Cheerleader 2, 



7. 



Lucky is the boss that hires "Psrb" as his 
private secretary I She is prompt end accurate and 
most of all very attractive I Who could wish for 
more? _ 

Favorite Saying: "Oh Fudge I" 

Activities: Prom Committee, 'alee Club 1, Nahatan 
News 4, Senior Play, Yearbook Commit- 
tee, Basketball 3. 




"Harv" seems to have quite a liking for stream- 
lined Cadillac convertibles. His one ambition is 
to own one of these cars. Here's hoping Hr^rveyJ 

Favorite Saying: "Got a Match" 
Activities: Football 2, 



Can''t you just picture Joe as a millionaire 
with servants galore? This ambition he hopes to 
fulfill by being a successful businessman. We 
know he will I 

Favorite Saying: "How long must I wait?" 
Activities: Operetta 3,4. 



Barbara Burt 
"Barb" 




Harvey Clark 
"Harv" 




Joseph Fay 
"Joe" 



Anna would like to fly to Europe. That's a 
peaceful ambition, but she intends to make the 
most of it by opening a nursery school. Good 
Luck Anna I 

Favorite Saying: "Darn It All" 




Anna Gei.'^er 
"Anna" 



8. 




William Haley 
"Bill" 




Paul Ilanlon 



"Tiger" 




Donald Johnson 
"Don" 




Eileen Johnson 
"Irish" 



Bill's des^'re is to further his education by 
attending a business school, after vthich he plans 
to own h's own business. 

Favorite Sayin^^: "Hey Lulu" 
Activities: Football 3, 



Paul's ambition is to travel the world! One 
of his favorite enjoyments is arguing. It is a 
good idea never to start an argument with him, be- 
cause for some reason or other he always wins. This 
will bring him fame and fortune, v/e hope. 

Favorite Saying: "Our Parry Fitzgerald" 
Activities: Football 3,4, Senior Play. 



We'll always remember Don ^s the fellow who 
had wonderful sense of humor. He intends to 
further his education by attending Prep school, 
after which he would like to study civil engineer- 
ing. V/e knov/ he has the ability for anything he 
would care to undertake. 

Favorite Saying: "Nov/, Seriously!" 

Activities: Student Council 2,3,4, President of Stu- 
dent Council 4, Football 1,2,3,4 Pe.sket- 
ball 1,2, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Prom Commit- 
tee, Class President 2, Senior Play, 
Dramatic Club 2. 



"Irish" is going to get an office job somewhere.^ 
But we all knov/ that isn't her real ambition. V/e 
have and idea she wants to marry and settle down J 
Best of everything, "Irish." 

Favorite Saying: "Smile always Smile." 
Activities: Glee Club 2,3,4, Basketball 3, Prora 
Committee . 



9. 



Skip wants to go to radio school or go into 
the service for training. His qualifications will 
surely bring him success.' 

Favorite Saying: "The Ladies Man" 
Activities: Basketball 1,2,3,4. 




Clifford Jones 
"Skip" 



Well it looks like we have another girl inter- 
ested In saying "number please." r>/Iarg is quiet 
but very efficient, and we wish her all the luck 
possible. 

Favorite Saying: "Oh I Dunno" 

Activities: Basketball 1,2,3, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, 
Nahatan News, Yearbook Committee. 




Larky 's only ambition is to be a lady. She 
is well on the way to her goal now. Best of luck 
in everything. Larky J 

Favorite Saying: "Our Westwood Pilgrim" 
Activities: Basketball 4, Dramatic Club 4, Senior 
Play. 



Margaret Lacey 
"Marg" 




Nancy Lercom 
"Larky" 



Ariel plans to go to college to specialize 
in merchandising, her present job is giving her 
some practical experience in that line. Boys, 
she also plans to be on the lookout for elegibles 
We all know that Ariel will make a success out 
of whatever she sets her mind to. 

Favorite Saying: "Oh Gee, I Don't Know" 




Ariel Leonard 

"A" 



10. 




Lois 



"Low" 




Nancy McLaren 
"Nan" 




Low's going to business school after gradua- 
tion. After that we know that she'll be a greet 
business woman. With her ambition and personality 
she'll go a long way. 

Favorite Saying: "Sweet and Low" 

Activities: Cheerlender 3,4, Basketball 2,3,4, 

Student Council 3, Nahaten News 3,4, 
Treasurer of A. A. 4, Yearbook Committee 
Prom Committee. 



Nan wants to go to college for four years, her 
chief interest is interior decorating. She has made 
all the seniors promise that they will have her de- 
corate their future homes. Best of Luck,' 

Favorite Saying: "Oh Johnny.'" 

Activities: Jlee Club 1, Basketball 2,3,4, Cheer- 
leader 4, Secretary of A. A. 4, Vice 
President of Student Council 4, Prom 
Committee, Yearbook Committee. 



"Mesdie" v/ants to study nursing. She'll make 
a good nurse--she always makes a huge success out 
of everything she attempts. Luck, always J 

Favorite Saying: "Life Is Serious" 

ActivTties: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Student Council 3, 

Senior Pley Nahatan News 4, Yearbook 

Committee . 



Eileen Meade 
"Meadle" 




Velma Mitchell 
"Dovey" 



"Dovey" hopes to become a nurse. Her angelic 
personality will heal her patients faster than any 
medicine. Best of Luck, to a sv/ell kid. 

Favorite Saying: "Howdy" 

Activities: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Nahatan News 4, 
Prom Committee, Student Council 3, 
Yearbook Committee, French Club 3, 
Glee Club 1, Senior Play. 



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Jim's love for animals has brought about his 



decision to become a veterinarian. 
be successful, huh doc J 

Favorite Saying: "Drop Dead J" 
Activities: Student Council 3. 



,^e know he will 




James Morrow 
"Stretch" 



As far as we know Helen intends to continue 
working, for a while anyway. She's looking for 
the occupation that pays the most for the least. 
Her winning smile will probably melt many a heart 
before she settles down. 

Favorite Saying: "How Are Ya?" 

Activities: Dramatic Club 3,4, Yearbook Committee, 
Glee Club, Nahatan News 4, 




Helen Parks 
"Helen" 



Another adventurer is "Patty." His ambition 
is to travel and go to photography school. He 
does a splendid job of photographing now, and his 
personality is tops.' 

Favorite Saying: "What Say I" 

Activities: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Nahatan News 4, 

Yearbook Committee, Football 1,2,3,4. 




Donald Petterson 
"Patty" 



Fay's ambition is to do free lance writing 
after she completes a college education. Her ex- 
tensive vocabulary and sweet personality v/ill surely 
bring her success in every way. 

Favorite Saying: "Sweet Sophistication" 
Activities: Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Dramatic Club, 

(Vice President 4,) Prom Committee, 
Yearbook Committee, Senior Play. Stu- 
dent Council 4, Nahatan News 1,2,3, 
Spanish Club 4. 




Fay Roberts 
"Faysi" 



12. 




Francis Scherer 
"Jerry" 




Paul Sheehan 
"Mike" 




Esrle Smith 
"Smitty" 




Jerry wants to ^o to business school. After 
his {graduation he v/ants to travel. Our best, Jerry, 
here's hoping forwhatever you want. 

Favorite Saying: "How's Tricks?" 

Activities: Football 3,4, Pasketball 3,4, Paseball 
2,3,4, Vice >^resident of A. A. 4. 



Mike hasn't made any definite plans as to his 
future yet, but he does heve an ambition to become 
a Major League Eall player. We all know that with 
Mike's netural ability, he sure has the makings for 
a top notch tall player. We all wish you the best 
of luck, Mike. 

Favorite Saying: "What Ya Say" 
Activities: Football 2,3,4 Pasketball 1,2,3,4, 
Baseball 1,2,3,4. 



"Smitty" is interested in studying music at 
the New England Conservatory. Just about everyone 
has had the pleasure of listening to Earle sing, end 
with his voice we know he'll go far. Good Luck, 
Smitty. 

Favorite Saying: "Ya know I" 

Activities: Operetta 3,4, Basketball 1,2,3, Senior 
Play, Baseball 2. 



Steevie v/ants to go to accounting school, and 
he is all set to enter Rentley's. John is very 
quiet but he gets along with everyone, and the girls 
seem to go for the quiet ones, Johnny. We wish you 
the best of everything, Steevie. 

Favorite Saying: "Hi There" 

Activities: Baseball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,4, 



John Steeves 
"Steevie" 



13. 



"Nf.-t" is going to make one of the cutest sec- 
retaries, after she grnduetes from "Chendler Secre- 
ts.rial School." Nat may be quiet at times, but 
she has plenty of ambition and is very efficient. 
Best of everything, "Mat." 

Favorite Saying: "Beg Your Pardon" 

/.ctivities: French Club 4, Prom Compiittee, Year- 
book Committee, Secretary of Student 
Council 4, Basketball 2,3,4, Nahatan 
News 3,4, Cheerleader 3,4, Senior 
Play, Secretary of Class 3. 



"^ed" is quite certain what he wants, to be- 
come an interior decorator, and then settle down 
to married life. Well - good luck - and with your 
personality we're sure you'll get v/hat you want. 

Favorite Saying: "Holy Cov/I" 

Activities: Student Council 3,4, Basketball 1,2, 
3, Prom Committee, Senior Play. 



Paul wants to be an engineer, but he may sign 



up with 
pipe at 



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side, we 



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know 



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succeed. 



With his 



Favorite Saying: 



"Go Fly A 



Kite]" 




Natalie Sturtevant 
"Kat" 




Robert V/atson 
"l^ed" 




Paul Weir 
"Paul" 



"■Vinshie's" plans are not yet completed, be- 
sides getting married she intends to find a posi- 
tion in the business world. We are all sure that 
her future boss will find that "Winshie" has many 
talents. 

Favorite Saying: "Don't Stop" 

Activities: Nsh^tan News 4, Senior Play, Yearbook 

Committee, Glee Club 4,. Prom Committee, 
Basketball Manager 4. f 




Barbara V/inshmen 
"Winshie" 



14. 




Biggest Wheel. Donald Johnson 

Littlest Spoke "Sarle Smith 

Most Popular Gir] Nancy McLaren 

Most Popular Boy Paul Sheehan 

Best Looking Girl Helen Parks 

Best Looking Boy Paul Sheehan 

Best Dressed Girl Nancy McLaren 

Best Dressed Boy Joe Fay 

Most Musical Gloria Bedard 

V/ittiest Girl Eileen Meade 

Wittiest Boy Donald Johnson 

Most iithletic Girl Lois MacKenney 

Most Athletic Boy Paul Sheehan 

Best Natured Girl Velma Mitchell 

Best Natured Boy Earle Smith 

Class Flirt Barbara Winshman 

Most Ambitious Nancy Larcom 

Girl Most Likely to Succeed Nancy Larcom 

Boy Most Likely to Succeed Herbert Munroe 

Class Wolf Donald Patterson 

Cutest Girl Velma Mitchell 

Cutest Boy Earle Smith 

Most Reliable Girl Natalie Sturtevant 

Most Reliable Boy Gordon Smith 

Most Studious Girl Irene Bertlesen 

Most Studious Boy John Bagley 

Cutest Couple. . . . Velma Mitchell and Bob Watson 

Best Boy Dancer Bob Watson 

Best Girl Dancer Eileen Johnson 

Most Winning Smile Eileen Johnson 



Favorite Song The Stars Will Remember 

Favorite Food Hamburgers 

Favorite Sport Basketball 

Favorite Movie Actress June Allyson 

Favorite Movie Actor Bob Mitchum 



16. 



THE GREEN YEARS 



Sir Robert Vmlpole once wrote, "All history is a lie'." 
The class of "48" class history is quite unbelievable but quite 
true. 

September 8, 1945--a day of rejoicing? No, it was a sad 
mournful day for the poor hardworking teachers. That is the day 
that the class of "48" "crashed the gates" of our freshman year. 
Remember us then--svi/ee t innocent children with a mad desire for 
learnings. Coach Bader v/as our new coach and many of our skinny 
athletes decided then to take football so as to greatly improve 
the sport. Can you ever forget the gym exhibition girls. 

J.lany of us found that the studying was quite hard but we 
somehow always mana:^ed to pass the tests. New teachers (poor 
souls) were heralded with joy as they came to take the places 
of other teachers v;ho had suffered nervous breakdowns. Among 
these v/e welcomed Liss Keenan, I.iiss I.ioody, Lir. Bader and kr. 
Dickerman. 

The big event of that year was our first dance that could 
be held at night. That was a big time all right, --imagine a 
dance with a real live juke box. Me then learned the procedure 
of writing out invitations to the teachers to act as chaperones 
at our dances. Many times the invitations v/ould arrive the 
night alter the big dance--but that v/as excused because we v/ere 
young and inexperienced. (at least that v;as our excuse.) 

How we envied our big brother upperclassmen who could get 
out of classes for one reason or another. Most of our big wheels 
were then only little spokes. 

Somehow with luck we managed to get by those trying days 
of our freshman year with not too many casualties. 

Our Sopiiomore year was a little more daring. Some of our 
boys even got caught smoking. Our social prestige was ruined. 
It was that year of 1946 that our girls wrote the ancient and 
honorable "Ode to Brade . " Our gift to great literature. 

We welcomed Mr. Thurston, Mr. O'Neil, Miss Whiting and 
Mill Montague as members of the faculty. 

'We held many class dances and the adoption of movies was 
tried. It was that year that the girls played the teachers in 
basketball. We took it out on the poor teachers all right. 
There was many a twisted knee and a bloody nose after that 
battle. 

Do you remember those uproarious class meetings when poor 
Don Johnson tried to keep order. 



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iVe withstood our sophomore year with one thought in mind — 
next year we would be in the U]jper brackets - that of our Junior 
year. 

V;e finally achieved the ranks of Juniors, a feat that 
deserved much praise. We were no longer inexperienced children 
but we had been transformed into mature young adults. (so our 
mothers thought) 

kiss O'Neil, kr. Uppvall and kr. Stevens joined the r acuity 
at Vi/estv/ood. 

Our big event of the year v/as the Junior prom which was 
held in Lay. It was our first major event and we strug-^led 
through making it a big success. 

Already lectures were being 'iven about future plans after 
high school. New slang says v/ere also invented by our aspiring 
Junior boys. The new look as we knov/ it now v;as not the same. 
The new look v/as done by making hideous and grotesque facial 
expressions. Ask some of our girls how it was done. 

1948 - The year of the atom bomb and the squirt gun. Anyone 
who walked down the corridor was not surprised to see a Sophis- 
ticated Senior with a squirt gun. The seventh grade was shocked 
with our conduct. 

Our first great event of that year was the football and 
basketball dances. The Senior Flay "Gome Rain or Shine" v/as 
equally important. 

The whole class co-operated as never before to make this 
year something to remember. More slang sayings v/ere introduced. 
"Big Wheel" was the nev/ and popular saying. The nev; look came 
into being and was not too popular v/ith the boys. In reprisal 
for the long black skirts the girls v;ore, the boys began to roll 
up their cuffs to expose their argyle socks. 

Vi/>- owe a lot of thanks to Miss Keenan, Our class adviser, 
and to all the teachers who helped to make "our green years" 
happy ones. 



Xb. 



OUR FAREWELL 



Now is the hour 
V/hen we must say good-bye 
Soon we'll be leaving 
Dear old Westwood High 

As we make our way 
To the height of our career 
We will remember always 
Dear old Westwood High 

Gordon Smith 
Herbert Monroe 



V/ESTV/OOD SCHOOL SONG 



Let us sing a song for Westwood 

For the school v/e love so well; 

Give a cheer for grand old Westwood, 

Let the mighty chorus swell, 

Sing her praise forever glorious. 

Make her fame ring out with might. 

Let us sing and shout 'till the hills ring out 

"Good old Westv/ood, green and white". 

We will sing our love for Westwood 

And be proud her name to bear; 

We will love to bring her glory 

And her honors gladly share. 

Sing with all your might for Westwood, 

Let us all her praise proclaim 

Make it loud and long, while her sons prolong 

Good old Westwood' s honored name. 

Edmund W. Thurston, 
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CLASS WILL 



We, the Class of 1948, possessing mind and body, though 
heaven knows how sound, do hereby make and declare this to 
be our last will and testament: 

Nancy Ashcroft leaves her height to Joan Hamilton, who 

needs it. 

Jack Bagley leaves Mr. Uppvall. 

Gloria Bedard leaves her typing ability to Barb Munroe, 

Eunice Bennet leaves her excellent horsemanship to Betty 
Abel , --although Betty doesn't need it. 

Irene Bertelsen leaves her brain to next year's Chemistry 
class. 

Jean Biateck leaves Geometry class gladlyl 

Elaine Bigelow leaves her deepest sy:apathy to all you 
poor unfortunates. 

Joyce Bothwell leaves her petiteness to Carol Kennedy. 

Barbara Burt leaves the headache of typing the Nahatan 
News and the Yearbook to the next poor soul. 

Harvey Clark leaves his sleek "Chevy** to Swansons. 

Joe Fay leaves his snappy clothes to Duster Frechette. 

Anna Geiger leaves her silence to Norma Kelley--who could 
use some! 

Bill Haley leaves his virtuosity on the dance floor to 
v/hoever has any ingenuity. 

Paul Hanlon leaves his knowledge of current events to 
the next Problems of Democracy fast-talker. 

Eileen Johnson leaves her dazzling Pepsodent smile to Mr. 
Stevens. 

Don Johnson leaves the trials and tribulations of being 
President of the Student Council to the next Big Wheel. 

"Skippy" Jones leaves his many female companipns to Dave 
Smi th . 

Margaret Lacey leaves her fondness for sewing to Joyce 
Cresser, 

The Miles. Larcom and Leonard leave their brains to 
the next Senior Class — which' 11 need them. 



23. 



Lois MacKenney leaves her athletic prowess to the Carroll 
twins. 

Nancy McLaren leaves her popularity to her brother, 
Parker. 

Eileen Meade leaves her femininity to Martha Alcott; 
and her unbelievable pood nature to anyone who can endure all 
the practical jokes that she has taken. 

"Dovey" Mitchell shares her raarvelous personality with 
Joy Barnes. 

Jimmie Morrow leaves his collection of records to Dick 
Ea s tme n . 

Herby Munroe leaves being President of the Senior Class 
and all the wheeling it includes to all the up-and -coining 
little cogs, 

Don Patterson leaves his long, low whistle to any girl 
passing by. 

"Faysi" Roberts leaves her sophistication to Carol McFaul. 

Bill Ross leaves his speed to Earl Weir and his smile 
to Lorraine, 

Jerry Scherer leaves his dinples (when and if he smiles) 
to June Eastman. 

"f^ike" Sheehan leaves his good looks and athletic ability 
to John Turner, 

Earle Smith leaves his vocal talent to anyone who has it 
to begin with. 

Gordon Smith leaves the editor ship of the the Nahatan 
News and all the wheeling in and out of classes to someone 
who, we hope, is equally capable. 

Johnny Steeves leaves his basketball prowess to Philip 
Smith, and his baseball ability to Philip Johnson. 

Nattie Sturtevant leaves her bottle of peroxide for those 
golden locks to Helen Coombs, who has run out. 

Connie Vaux leaves her friendship with lliss O'Neil to Pat 
Sorenson. 

"Red" Watson won't leave his sharp yellow convertible to 
anyone, Kiddosl 

Paul Weir leaves his imported briar to someone with a good 
set of lungs and a retreaded tongue. 

Barbara Winshman leaves her roving eye to Lanny Garner. 



24. 



Seriously, though — we leave you younger feneration our loves, 
our lau.f'hter, and the fuj:i we've hed here--( thouph not soae 
of the :aarks we've been fiven) -- Carry on I 

To Miss Keenan v.e leave all the gratitude in the world 
for her angelic patience. 

To Mr. Harris we leave a cart of corn--to replenish his 
supply. 

To Coach Bader we leave a gold football--he never pets 
one, and he has most of the trouble. 

To Mr. Uppvall we leave a Christian Science Monitor and 
the hope that next year's Problems of Democracy class will 
use it. 

To Miss Foley we leave an assignment book with plenty 
of pages. 

To Mr. Stevens we leave a great big smile — and the hope 
that he'll use it . 

To Mr. Chicetti we leave an advertisement for Adler's 
Elevator Shoes. 

To Miss Fay we leave a box of growing pills — maybe she'll 
share them with her sister, Barb. 

To Miss MacQuarrie we leave typists who pass their work 
in on time. 

To Mrs. Smith we leave fond memories of play rehearsal — 
and many thanks for all her wonderful help and putience. 

To Miss O'Keil we leave a basketball team that doesn't 
smoke--not one of 'emll 

To Miss Montague we leave another class of "dignified" 
seniors — let's hope they act better than we did. 

To^Miss Currier we leave a class of seniors who'll be on 
time for class. 

To Miss Hulbert we leave quiet corridors. 

To Mrs. Swanson we leave the state of Nebraska. 

To Mrs. Nelson we leave, which should mean peace and 
quietness. 

To Mr. Thurston, who n'ever had a class with so many wheels, 
we leave our wishes for all the luck in the world. 



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PHOPIDlCY 



It is now the year of 1958, exactly ten years since the 
class of '48 graduated from Westwood Hif;h, Let's see v/hat the 
v/orld had had to put up with from this dif^nified class. 

Nancy Ashcroft and Irene Bertelsen are helping Nancy's 
sister, the famous Dr. B. Ashcroft, to discover a weapon to 
offset the atom bomb, 

J'^ck Hartley has been seen lately in Maxwell's public ^jm. 
He's turned into quite a handsome fella after losing those 
extra pounds and is now in high hopes of becoming a football 
star like Maxie. 

Gloria Bedard and TIargaret Lacey have finished a six month 
tour of Europe and v/ill open at the Met for a tv/enty-one month 
engagement in the opera, "Carmen," 

Eunice Bennet v/ill enter her horse "Lucky St-ar," in the 
Kentucky Derby, The paper quotes her as saying, "Lucky Star" 
is a second "Man 0' V/ar." 

Jean Biateck recently received a contract from C, B, S, 
to broadcast to London v/here we find our famous Englishwoman, 
Elaine Bigelov/, Their first topic will be "America and English- 
Relations," 

Earle Smith has made his plans for "Songs by Earle Smith" 
over station '.. , B, Z, at 6:00 A. M. Imagine singing at that 
time, 

"Plickey" Bothwell, v/ho is now Mrs, Des Roches, is now in 
the hospital after just having, her second set of boy twins. 
They hope to have a football team by 1965, 

Barbara Burt and Barbara Winshman have recently/ opened 
their office at 1510 Boylston Street. If you would -like an 
excellent public secretary, just call Hub-4040, 

V/e find Harvey Clark as manager of the Norwood A ^. P 
v/ith Paul Weir as his assistant, 

Joe Pay has just opened his gas ststion in Florida, He 
now has stations reaching from coast to coast, 

Anna Geipier has completed her nursery school rlans and 
hopes to open in the fall, 

Gordon Smith after many years, finally comioleted his course 
at Johnson's School for Wheels and has now accepted a position 
teaching at Westv/ood High School, The course is "How to be a 
Wheel in Ten Easy Lessons," 



29. 



Paysi Roberts is nov/ singing Y;ith her husband. Jack Duster's 
Orchestra at the Copacabana« Their two sons are learning to 
play the trumpet like papa, 

Helen Parks, with her previous experience at the Woodshed, 
has taken a job as v/aitress out in Reno. She liked the place 
so well, she decided to stay, 

Nattie Sturtevant soon found out that a secretary's job 
was too dull for her, so she v;ent to Prance where we now find 
her tutoring the handsome son of the French Prime Minister, 

Low MacKenney is refereeing the Vi/estv/ood High School Girl's 
Basketball games, but she cuts them a bit short because she 
must hurry home to get supp for her truck- driving husband, 

Dovey T.Iitchell has finished nursing training and has now 
started practical application of this training by taking care 
of little red heads. She and Red are now preparing for their 
fifth anniversary trip to Bermuda, 

Why is it that Connie Vaux' s two children have such a 
great athletic ability? Maybe it's because they take after 
their father, (You alv/ays did like people who played basket- 
ball, didn't you, Connie?) 

Bill Haley recently took over Arthur Murray's Dance Studios 
after said Mr, Hurray's retirement, 

Paul Hanlon is still f ilabustering only now he is in 
Washington as Senator of Massachusetts, As a sideline he sings 
Irish songs at various night clubs in New York City, 

Ariel Leonard opened up a department store in Dedham square 
and has run Geisheckers right oiit of business. 

Captain Paul Sheehan, of the Boston police force is still 
the idol of all females and although not so shy, he is still 
single. 

Skip Jones and Don Patterson have gone to Hollyv;ood to 
take their positions on "Hollywood and Vine," Could it be 
photography that you're interested in, Patty? 

And speaking of Hollywood our own "Meadie"is now starring 
opposite Barry Fitzcerald in their new release, "Pour Leaf 
Killarney." 

"Stevie" v/ent along with Skip and Patty but after his 
v;histle gave out, he joined up v;ith the Nev; York Giants and 
is now their star player. 

Herb Munroe is preparing for the 1960 presidential campaign 
with Bill Ross as vice-president on the same ticket, l^ith 
Jerry Scherer as their campaign manager they're sure to win'. 



30. 



Nancy's husband, John is pretty proud of his v/ife, I 
fuess, I''or the third consecutive year, Nanc has been voted 
the best dressed wonan in America. 

After Nancy Larcom, our class brain, graduated from colle^^e 
she v;as so sick of seeing and reading books, that she decided 
to taice trip around the world and forget about them, Nov/ 
that she's back she thought of all the interesting things she 
saw and has decided (against her better judgment) to write a 
book herself. 

Irish is still going to dog shov;s with Eddie, even though 
they have been married for eight years. 

Jim. Morrov/ has recently become a full fledged "Vet", so 
if your dor or cat looks as though he's going to die anyway, 
take a chance, maybe Jim can cure him. 



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AGTTVTTTES 

STUDENT COIT^CIL: The Student Council hes made fine orogress 
during the high school year of '47 and '48. Under Donald 
Johnson's fine leadership and Miss Keenan's supervision the 
Council sponsored a clean-up campaign which brought fine re- 
sults. The Coimcil has sponsored all class assemblies this 
year, sold school pencils during the basketball season, and 
held a movie and dance in January. The Student Council is 
also in charge of bulletin boards, and display case and the 
library. The Student Council will end its successful year 
with a banquet in June. 

JUNIO.l HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: The Junior High Student Council 
has proved very successful this year. Under Mrs. Swanson's 
direction they have put on several assemblies, including a 
formal Installation. It follows the same program as the Senior 
Student Council. 

DRAMATIC CLUP: The Dramatic Club has carried on its fine work 
this year. With the assistance of Mrs. Smith they presented 
"Elmer and the Lovebug" in an assembly. They should be con- 
gratulated for their splendid work. 

NAHATAN NE.VS: With Gordon Smith as editor in chief, end Parbara 
Papasedero as assistant editor, the Nahatan News has progressed 
very well this year. The Nphatan News collected over 150 sub- 
scriptions from the townspeople. (the purpose being to give the 
town a brief idea of what's going on at the high school.) The 
paper has run contests giving prizes for the best stories, 
cartoons, etc. Articles were written by Mr. Tnurston, and 
by Mr. Eaton. The paper was exchanged with all surrounding 
high schools, as v/ell as two or three distant ones. A dance 
■^as sponsored by the Nahatan News in January, and in April a 
very interesting and informative assem^bly was presented. The 
co-operation of Mr. Thurston, Miss Macc^uarrie, Mrs. Nelson, 
the staff, and the Dedham Transcript have made the publication 
of the Nahatan News possible. 

GLEE CLUB: Under Miss Montague's direction the growth of the 
Glee Club has been a noticeable development. The Glee Club's 
participation in the assemblies helped add to the enjoyment ob- 
tained by the students. The presentation of the operetta 
"Sailor Maids" was a huge success, and provided many laughs. 
Much talesnt from this Senior Class was found in the musical 
activities . 

SE^JIOR PLAY: The Senior Class presented "Come Rain or Shine," 
a comedy in three acts on April 9th and 10th. Rehearsals started 
the last of February, with everyone full of energy and raring 
to go. Then about the middle of March, the play (or something) 
went to our heads; and so we didn't think we needed any more 
practice. How Mrs. Smith stood it, we'll never know. But on 
April 9th and 10th, under Mrs. Smith's direction, the play brought 
out all the talent in the magnificent class of '48 and v/as a 
huge success. 



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SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL 
Seated: P. Sorenson, J. Carrlere, P. Roulliard, B. Maxwell, Treas., 
N. Sturtevant, Sec., N. McLaren, V. Pres., D. Johnson, Pres., C. Brown, 
B. Fay, J. Savage, G. Tummlllo, F. Roberts, Standing 1st row: S. Carroll, 
K. Parlee, B. Draper, J. Smith, C. Peterson, R. Biateck, P. Gibbons, W. 
Smith, B. Croxton, K. Brewster, J. Bagley, R. Watson, M. Keenan, Advisor, 
Standing 3rd row: D. Smith, J. Turner, D. Eastman, A. Long, F.- Booth, 
W. Harrington, R. Soderstrom, P. McLaren, H. Munroe . 




JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL 
Seated 1st row: P. Brown, B. Douglas, M. Hughes, J. Peterson, P. Lee, 
B. LaBlanc, J. Osborne, Standing 2nd row: P. McGoldrick, G. McCann, 
N. Long, F. Holland, D. Holmes, E. Crawford, P. Mitchell, Mrs. Swanson, 
Standing 3rd row: S. Cunningham, D. Rick, B. Thurston, H. Thurston, 
J. McCann. 



36. 



ACTIVITIES 



STUDENT COT'NCIL: The Student Council has made fine orogress 
during the high school year of '47 and '48. Under Donald 
Johnson's fine leadership and Miss Keenan's supervision the 
Council sponsored a clean-up campaign which brought fine re- 
sults. The Coimcil has sponsored all class assemblies this 
year, sold school pencils during the basketball season, and 
held a raovie and dance in January. The Student Council is 
also in charge of bulletin boards, and display case and the 
library. The Student Council will end its successful year 
with a banquet in June. 

JUNIC.l HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: The Junior High Student Council 
has proved very successful this year. Under Mrs. Swanson's 
direction they have put on several assemblies, including a 
formal Installation. It follows the same program as the Senior 
Student Council. 

DIAMATIC CLUP: The Dramatic Club has carried on its fine work 
this year. With the assistance of Mrs. Smith they presented 
"Elmer and the Lovebug" in an assembly. They should be con- 
gratulated for their splendid work. 

NAHATAN NE.7S: With Crordon Smith as editor in chief, end Pnrbara 
Papasedero as assistant editor, the Nahatan News has progressed 
very well this year. The Nphstan News collected over 150 sub- 
scriptions from the townspeople. (the purpose being to give the 
town a brief idea of what's going on at the high school.) The 
paper has run contests giving prizes for the best stories, 
cartoons, etc. Articles were written by Mr. Tnurston, and 
by Mr. Eaton. The paper was exchanged with all surrounding 
high schools, as v/ell as two or three distant ones. A dance 
•.vas sponsored by the Nahatan News in Janusry, and in April a 
very interesting and informative assembly was presented. The 
co-operation of Mr. Thurston, Miss Macciuarrie , Mrs. Nelson, 
the staff, and the Dedham Transcript have made the publication 
of the Nahatan News possible. 

JLEE CLUB: Under Miss Montague's direction the growth of the 
Glee Club has been a noticeable development. The Glee Club's 
participation in the assemblies helped add to the enjoyment ob- 
tained by the students. The presentation of the operetta 
"Sailor Maids" was a huge success, and provided many laughs. 
Much talesnt from this Senior Class was found in the musical 
activities. 

SENIOR PLAY: The Senior Class presented "Come Rain or Shine," 
a comedy in three acts on April 9th and 10th. Rehearsals started 
the last of February, with everyone full of energy and raring 
to go. Then about the middle of March, the play (or something) 
went to our heads; and so we didn't think we needed any more 
practice. How Mrs. Smith stood it, we'll never know. But on 
April 9th and 10th, under Mrs. Smith's direction, the play brought 
out all the talent in the magnificent class of '48 and w^as a 
huge success. 



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SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL 
Seated: P. Sorenson, J. Carrlere, P. Roulliard, B. Maxwell, Treas . , 
N. Sturtevant, Sec., N. McLaren, V. Pres., D. Johnson, Pres., C. Brown, 
B. Fay, J. Savage, G. Tummlllo, F. Roberts, Standing 1st row: S. Carroll, 
K. Parlee, B. Draper, J. Smith, C. Peterson, R. Biateck, P. Gibbons, W. 
Smith, B. Croxton, K. Brewster, J. Bagley, R. Watson, M. Keenan, Advisor, 
Standing 3rd row: D. Smith, J. Turner, D. Eastman, A. Long, F.- Booth, 
W. Harrington, R. Soderstrom, P. McLaren, H. Munroe . 




JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL 
Seated 1st row: P. Brown, B. Douglas, M. Hughes, J. Peterson, P. Lee, 
B. LaBlanc, J. Osborne, Standing 2nd row: P. McGoldrick, G. McCann, 
N. Long, F. Holland, D. Holmes, E. Crawford, P. Mitchell, Mrs. Swanson, 
Standing 3rd row: S. Cunningham, D. Rick, B. Thurston, H. Thurston, 
J. McCann. 



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SENIOR PLAY 

Seated: P. Hanlon, B. V\/'inshaian, F. Roberts, C. Vaux, N. Larcom, 
M. Smith, Director, E. Bigelow, E. Smith, Standing: N. Sturtevant, 
E. Meade, R. V/atson, E. Bennet, G. SxHith, V. Mitchell, D. Johnson, 
B. Burt. 




DRAMATIC CLUB 

Seated: B, Fay, G. Tummillo, E. Parks, H. Parks, A. MacLeod, Treas., 

F. Roberts, V. Pres., V. O'Bocki, Pres., J. Martin, Sec, C. MacFaul, 

L. Garner, D. MacMunn, M. Ross, Standing 1st row: M. Smith, Advisor, 

M. Harris, B. Winshman, V. LaRocca, A. Olson, S. Hastings, G. Goocih, 

N. Larcom, L. Baldwin, C. Peterson, C. MacLeod, A. Collier, C. Kennedy, 

J. Weeks, M. Porteous, Standing 2nd row: P. Montgomery, K. Brewster, 

J. Holden, F. Booth, A. Long, K. Webster. 



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NAHATAN NEWS 
SEATED: M. Lacey, B. Fay, H. Parks, B. Papasedero, G. Smith, Editor, 
B. Burt, A. MacLeod, G. Tummillo, G. Bedard, STANDING 1st row: E. Parks, 
J. Martin, M. MacQuarrle, Advisor, J. Weeks, S. Hastings, M. Alcott, V. 
O'Bockl, J. Swlnford, B. Wlnshman, V. Mitchell, L. MacKenney, N. Stur- 
tevant, E. Meade, C. MacFaul, STANDING 2nd row: P. Montgomery, D. Pat- 
terson, F. Booth, B. Ross, H. Munroe--Mrs. I. Nelson, Advisor (not 
present) . 




YEARBOOK COMMITTEE 
SEATED: M. Lacey, I. Bertelsen, E. Blgelow, H. Parks, B. Burt, C. Vaux, 
V. Mitchell, N. Sturtevant, E. Meade, F. Roberts, STANDING 1st row: 
M. MacQuarrle, Advisor, L. MacKenney, R. Watson, H. Munroe, D. Patterson, 
B. Ross, P. Hanlon, N. Larcom, M. Keenan, Senior Advisor, STANDING 2nd 
row: G. Smith, D. Johnson. 



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ORCHESTRA 
At piano: F. Montague, Director, Standing: L. Clcolanl, A. Frechette, 
T. Dansack, D. Eastman, R. Thurston, J. Saunders, R. Ellis, R. Garner, 
G. Bedard. 



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GLEE CLUB 



Seated: S. Hughes, B. MacFaul, M. Porteous, J. Weeks, D. Wooding, G. 
Bedard, M. Ross, B. Wlnshman, B. Fay, F. Roberts, E. Parks, I. Bertelsen, 
N. Larcom, M. Alcott, M. Pugh, G. Tununlllo, P. Wooding, J. Hamilton, P. 
Coyne, Standing 1st row: E. Johnson, J. Barnes, L. Garner, S. Hastings, 
J. Martin, C. MacFaul, E. Anderson, E. Peterson, L. Baldwin, J. Cresser, 
J. Eastman, R. Jones, F. Carrier, A. Beaudoln, J. Smith, G. Del'Etolle, 
R. Cash, F. Montague, Director, Standing 2nd row: J. Swlnford, J. Savage, 

B. Fisher, B. Draper, M. McCann, G. George, G. Gooch, M. Lacey, J. Coyne, 

C. Brown, A. Collier, A. Woods, M. Hester, D. Fraln, S. Campenella, D. 
LaRocca. 




1949 



Stella Garapanella, 

Secretary 
Kenneth Brewster, 

President 




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Seated: 
Standing: 



David Smith, President 

Bsrbora Munroe, Treasurer 
Alfred Frechette, Vice President 
Carol Kennedy, Secretary 



Standing: William Croxton, 
Treasurer 
Ralph Soderstrom 
Vice President 



1950 



Seated: John Schramm, Vice President 
Wayne Smith, President 

Standing: Margaret Pugh, Secretary 

Lorraine Carroll, Treasurer 



1951 



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SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS 

Seated: Barbara Fay, Vice President, Miss Keenan, Advisor 
Standing: Leslie Patterson, Secretary, Elaine Blgelow, President 




SPANISH CLUB 



Seated left to right: J. Martin, G. Tummlllo, Barbara Fay, 
L. Patterson, Elaine Blgelow, C. MacFaul, D. Patterson, 
Standing: M. Zeenan, Advisor. 



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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 



Seated: Lois MacKenney, Treasurer, Bill Ross, President 
Standing: Gerard Scherer, Vice President, Nancy McLaren, Secretary 



44. 




The enthusiasm for and interest in girls' sports have in- 
creased greatly during the past year. This fact was well pro- 
ven wnen over seventy ^irls turned out for basketball, from 
which number a squad of twenty-six girls was selected. Through 
the co-operation and willingness of ever player to work for 
the team and the school a magnificient record ;vas accomplished-- 
eight wins and one loss for the first team, and seven wins and 
one loss for the second team. 

April 16 brought forth 130 "girls in green" for the gym 
exhibition. The program of activities included marching, cal- 
isthenics, dancing, stunts, and tumbling. 

With the disappearance of the snow drifts, enthusiasm for 
a Softball team grew. V/ith the "Mighty Casey" behind the bat, 
the girls had a successful season in their first year of com- 
petition. 

Racquets and net being carried over the diamond to the 
tennis courts, were familiar sights. The courts were greatly 
appreciated especially by the team which saw Its first year of 
competition in tennis. , 

The person to whom the girls owe their appreciation is 
their director and friend Miss O'Neil. She has worked very 
hard to make her various undertakings successful. They all 
wish you the best of luck. Miss O'Neil for all the time and 
effort you have spent with them. 

Here's to a better W. H. S. 

SCOPES 



Westwood at l/.edfield 
Mill is at V.'estwood 
Westwood at Willis 
Medfield at Westwood 
Westwood at Foxboro 
Dover at Westwood 
V.'estwood at Dover 
Poxboro at Westwood 
Alumnae 



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36 - 


25 


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15 


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16 


33 - 


28 


29 - 


5 



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Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 



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GIRLS BASKETBALL 

Kneeling: V. Mitchell, Capt., Seated: C. Vaux, N. Sturtevant, N. Larcom, 
B. Papasedero, L. MacKenney, N, McLaren, E, Meade, Standing Ist row: J. 
Savage, B. Plsher, P. Roulllard, E. Blgelow, R. McGllly, B. Dargan, S. 
Carroll, K. Psrlee, B. Winshman, Manager, Coach O'Neil, Standing 2nd row: 
B. McFaul, M. Porteous, P. Sorenson, B. Draper, M. Alcott, L. Carroll, 
H. Coombs. 




CHEERLEADERS 

Kneeling: . L. MacKenney, N, Sturtevant, Co-Capts., Standing: B. Pay, 
B. Papasedero, N. McLaren, V. O'Bocki, L. Garner, G. Del»Etolle. 




FOOTBALL 

1st row: P. Mitchell, N. Harrington, Manap-ers, 2nd row: H. Munroe, W. 
Ross, L. Patterson, B. Patterson, R. Klobucher, R. Scherer, E, Blizzard, 
D. Johnson, P. Hanlon, R. MacCumber, W. Croxton, G. Larcoui, 3rd row: 
Coach G. Bader, J. McGilly, W. Watson, R. Soderstrom, J. Dargan, B. 
Maxwell, P. Sheehan, J. Carr, F. Gerulskis, K. Burt, R. Biateck, Mr, 
Thurston, 4th row: J. Blizzard, F. Murtagh, W. Anderson, J. Bagley, 
J. Sutphin. 

The Westwood High School football team enjoyed another gratifying 
successful season on the gridiron this year. Of the nine gaaes played 
this season, Westwood won four, tied three, and lost two, scoring a 
grand total of 125 points as compared to 79 scored by the opponents. 
The team was well supported by enthusiastic rooters comprised of both 
students and townspeople. Coach Bader can well be proud of his team 
and the support that it received. 



SCORES 



Millis at Westwood 

Medway at Medway 

Hanover at Kanover 

Franklin at Westwood 

St. Mary's (Milford) at Westwoofl 

Weston at Weston 

Wayland at Westwood 

Howard at Howard 

Medfield at Westwood 



21- 6 

0- 

7- 7 

13- 7 

13-20 

6-13 
32- 6 
19-19 
20- 7 



Won 

Tied 

Tied 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Tied 

Won 



Total Points 125-79 



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BCYS BASKETBALL 

Seated: B. Ross, G. Scherer, P. McLaren, H. Munroe, C. Jones, P. Sheehan 
Standing 1st row: I.Ir. Thurston, L. Patterson, Manager, D. Smith, J, 
Turner, J. Steeves, P. Johnson, Coach Bader, Standing 2nQ row: J. Darp:an, 
R. Palchanis, H. Soderstrorn, K. Brewster. 

The Green and White Hoopsters got off to a flying start by v^inning 
the first four gar;ies of the season. Playing one of their best games 
they completely outclassed a fast and agressive Wayland team, winning 
that one by a score of 34 to 20. 

Topping off the season the boys v.ent into the Small School Tournament 
v/here they captured the first game from Millis, 30 to 24. Westv;ood lost 
a heartbreaker in the 2nd game to Hamilton 35 to 34. 



SCORES 



Jan. 6 Minis at Westwood 

9 Wayland at Westwood 

13 Medfield at Medfield 

16 Aggies at Westwood 
20 Weston at Westwood 
26 Minis at Millis 
30 Alumni at Westwood 

Feb. 3 Wayland at V/ayland 

6 Medfield at V/estwood 

10 Aggies at Aggies 

13 Weston at Weston 

17 Dover at .Westwood 
Mar, 2 Dover at Dover 



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32 


34 


20 


59 


25 


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19 


22 


46 


29 


49 


44 


48 


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